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Samuel French, Inc., 2009 - Drama - 43 pages
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Drama / 3m. An explosive Israeli play about three Palestinian brothers. Set during the Intifada with the Israeli-Arab struggle as its backdrop, Masked depicts the tragedy of one family torn between duty, kinship, principles and survival. "Powerful! Remarkably of the moment..." -The New York Times "Provocative drama. An articulate calculus of loyalty and betrayal." -The New Yorker "A contemporary emotionally charged family drama." -Time Out New York "Passionate. Fascinating. A heartbreaker. Hastor's characters have strong, detailed specificity..." -Newsday "Powerful tragedy...Its real strength may be in the way its nuanced characters muddy notions of right and wrong." -Economist

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MICHAEL TAUB is Visiting Assistant Professor of Religion at Vassar College. His articles have appeared in journals such as "Romanian Bulletin", "Yiddish", and "Jewish Spectator".

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